“Asatru: A Native European Spirituality” by Stephen A. McNallen

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Asatru: A Native European SpiritualityAsatru: A Native European Spirituality

Books written on the subject of spirituality and the occult always tend to work their way to the top of my reading pile. It is demanded of such texts that they be documental, speculative, and instructive. Whilst historical books need only be documental, scientific books dispense with speculation and philosophy, and fictional works offer little in the way of instruction. That holistic aspect of books on spirituality, I feel, gives them a distinct vitality. I’ve argued to friends and family that this same thinking explains the lack of connection most school children feel with their studies—for example, mathematics becomes near-magical when applied to a subject as grand as the Pyramids of Giza, with all of their sacredly geometrical peculiarities.

Stephen A. McNallen‘s new book Asatru: A Native European Spirituality documents, instructs, and speculates upon the modern manifestation of early Germanic religion; a religion which…

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